17 Reviews

This is an amazing and easy way to use fresh-picked berries! The only change I make is to add 1 tsp vanilla to the cake batter. Great with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream!

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Laurmama July 03, 2010

We found our thrill... on Blueberry Hill!! I wanted to try something new with fresh blueberries, & this was perfect for our July 4th weekend!! I made exactly as posted, those who found the topping too sweet simply scraped it off, for those of us who love the sugary thing. This not only tastes great, it makes the house smell wonderful as it bakes. Wish I could give this one 10++ stars. Thank you from one very happy family!

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Kizzikate July 02, 2010

IT looks and smells good we just had ONE issue with it... the pan.. you said to use an 8-in square pan started making it and it was getting closed to the top so we put it in an 6x11 inch pan, and well... its cooking its just doubled in height... so next time we might use an even bigger pan, we're not sure if its because of the fresh blueberries.. or if its the high altitude but that pan was WAYYY to small..

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KaryaAtsanka July 23, 2012

This was out of this world! I used fresh blueberries and followed the recipe exactly. My family loved this. My husband said this was the best cake he had ever eaten. The sweetness was just right!

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mulehollar July 18, 2012

I rarely feel like baking, but I did yesterday and tried this recipe out... it is gone already! Yum! Mine did take a full hour to bake and I used frozen blueberries. Yum... I only wish I had whipped cream to put on top! :)

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mandabacca April 23, 2012

I just had my first piece nice and warm from the oven with whipped cream. Very easy to put together and it tastes wonderful!!! I baked it a 8 inch springform pan and it took one hour. I will be making this again. I did halve the topping mixture and it was just right.

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Bonnie Young January 13, 2011

I used this recipe in lieu of my mother's recipe which I can never seem to get a hold of when I need it. I make her recipe every July 4th when blueberries are in season and it makes an informal BBQ dessert. The company I made this for loved it and asked for the recipe but I was not very impressed with this as I feel there is way too much topping and it took over the flavor of the blueberries. For personal preferential reasons, I'll stick to my mothers recipe that I'm used to but everyone else seemed to enjoy it.

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Suzy_Q July 05, 2010

My coworkers and I loved this one, it was easy, didn't require braking out the beaters, and it made the whole house smell of cinnamon. Tastes a lot like coffee cake.

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Demandy September 15, 2009

Yum Yum. Mine needed to go about 60 minutes, but it was just the right moistness with lots of blueberry goodness.

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Hannibal Homegirl July 05, 2009

I cannot believe how easy this was and how perfect the buckle turned out. Going to try with different fruit too. This one's a keeper!

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Madame Yes September 02, 2008
Sue B's Blueberry Buckle